Tom Holland wants Spider-Man to team up with Doctor Strange

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Tom Holland wants Spider-Man to team up with Doctor Strange

Of the Far From Home box office total, $218.5 million has come from worldwide markets and $91.5 million from domestic theaters.

In its third day of release in North America on Thursday, the film took in $25.2 million, bringing its three-day total to $91.5 million.

As with nearly all of Marvel Studios' output over the past 11 years, "Spider-Man: Far From Home" is enjoying strong word of mouth, with critics and audiences alike praising the film as a fun summer blockbuster with a 92% critics and 97% audience score on Rotten Tomatoes. Fans also feasted their eyes on a special Spider-Man art piece unveiled at the event by steampunk artist Ram Mallari, who has earned a reputation as a great innovator in the field of "reclaimed sculpture" with his retro-futuristic works with intricate metalwork techniques. Was the movie a fitting end to the MCU Phase 3?

Tom's next venture as the web-slinging superhero is in Spider-Man: Far From Home, the sequel to Homecoming, alongside Jake Gyllenhaal, Zendaya, and Samuel L. Jackson.

The Jon Watts directorial follows the aftermath of "Avengers: Endgame". Earlier, Tamilrockers had leaked several Bollywood, Hollywood or Kollywood movies before their official release or on opening dates.

In 2018, the Madras High Court directed internet service providers to block more than 12,000 websites, and over 2000 among them were operated by Tamilrockers alone. Catch Spider-Man: Far From Home in any of SM Cinema's Director's Club Cinema and IMAX theatres nation nationwide.

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